Visiting art teacher, works on show
Last weekend, visual artist Lucy Timbrell ran three lino-cut workshops for the Kangaroo Island Art Society.
Lucy, a graduate of Adelaide College of the Arts has been a practicing print maker since senior secondary school. Her works have been shortlisted on multiple occasions for high profile awards such as the “Heysen” and the “Waterhouse” and selected for many other exhibitions including Helpmann Academy shows and the Emma Hack Art prize.
A regular guest to the island, Lucy has been exhibiting limited edition prints for over 12 months in Fine Art Kangaroo Island.
Visit and view her new and recent hand-coloured linocuts in the gallery print room and on the studio walls. All works are available for purchase at affordable prices.
Last days to see Wild and Free - Peter Fuller
Peter Fuller’s fascinating debut photographic exhibition on metal in Fine Art Kangaroo Island’s main gallery has been well received with huge crowds at the opening and great attendance since.
Feedback from Australian and overseas visitors has been exceptional with comments attesting to Peter’s technical expertise and artistry, as well as feedback from fellow photographers complimenting the works as outstanding.
Crowd pleasers include spectacular compositions that privilege the subject - dolphins in their natural environment - as well as art photographs that blend light and reflections in breathtakingly beautiful pictures. Don’t miss this inspirational exhibition, which runs daily until February 24 at 5pm.
Fine Art KI – Past and Present
On January 28, 2008 Fine Art Kangaroo Island opened its doors for the very first time exhibiting the works of 12 of KI’s finest visual artists all of whom still show work in the gallery today.
During the month of March a very special exhibition will celebrate eleven years of operating the gallery.
“Fine Art KI – Past and Present”, a tribute show, will feature a limited selection of early and more recent artworks by the opening twelve artists.
The exhibition will run up to and include Easter and will feature glass, ceramics, printmaking, textiles, and works on paper.